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Brianda Gosselin-Hickey

Mental Health Therapist

It takes great strength to be vulnerable and open to sharing your experiences with another person. I invite you to join me in a non-judgmental and supportive space to process your life experiences. We can work together in highlighting your areas of strength and finding new ways to balance life stressors.

I specialize in working with Latinx adolescents and young adults (12 - 18 y/o) who hold multiple marginalized identities such as being autistic, having ADHD, a part of the Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) community, a woman, or identifying within the LGBTQIA+ community. I have 5 years of experience working with, advocating, and learning from autistic folks, in personal, school, and professional settings. In the past, I have worked in a community-based agency supporting Spanish-speaking Latinas who experienced immigration trauma, domestic violence, and loss. I also have extensive professional training and personal experience in supporting people with diverse sexual and gender identities.. With my eclectic background, I hope to holistically support each of your identities.

I function from an anti-oppressive social justice framework, often using positive psychology to highlight strengths and abilities. In our work together, I will offer support and validation while we unpack past experiences and identify future coping strategies. I provide services in English and Spanish.

Brianda Gosselin-Hickey, MHC-LP, EdM, MA (she/her/ella)